Inducted: June 25, 2014 in West Lafayette, IN
Date of Birth: February 18, 1947 in Newport News, VA
High School Attended: G. W. Carver, Newport News Graduated: 1965
High School Honors: Varsity football letterman.
College Attended: Purdue University Graduated: 1969
College Honors: 3-year varsity football letterman, playing both offense and defense and kicking off all 3 years; led team to Big Ten Championship 1967; Rose Bowl Champions 1967; team MVP and All-Big Ten 1967, 1968; Big Ten MVP; consensus All-American 1967, 1968; finished 3rd in 1967 and runner-up in 1968 Heisman Trophy balloting; set numerous records as an offensive and defensive halfback.
Professional Athletic Background: Drafted 2nd in 1969 NFL draft by Philadelphia Eagles; 8-year NFL career with Philadelphia (1969-1972) and Kansas City Chiefs (1973-1975).
Coaching Experience: Assistant football coach in charge of runningbacks at Purdue 1995, 1996.
Special Recognition: Upon retirement from NFL, became a desegregation specialist for School District of Philadelphia; after coaching at Purdue, joined staff at John Purdue Club, from which he retired in 2011; inducted into several Hall of Fame - Rose Bowl HOF 2010, College Football HOF 1990, Purdue Athletics HOF 1994, Virginia Sports HOF, and Hampton Roads HOF; received NCAA Silver Anniversary Award 1994; in 1987, selected as All-Time Greatest Purdue Player in First 100 Years of Purdue Football; honored as member of Top 100 Collegiate Football Players in America; involved with numerous community groups, boards, fund-raisers, dedications, and charity events; board member of National Football Foundation's Joe Tiller Chapter of Northwest Indiana.
Family: Wife, Monica; children, Raymond, Jacqueline, Courtland, and Colin.